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A common mistake is to skip the validation step and start working on a huge project only to find out nobody actually needs your product or is willing to pay for it. You shouldn't waste your time with design details if you don't even have an audience yet. Validate first, start small and go from there seems like a better approach :)
Hey Robin, thanks! And Cointrackr looks great! Keep up the good work :)
Hey Surjith, I'd love to do a blog post/tutorial. If I do, I'll let you know!
Thanks, and couldn't agree more regarding how far things have come :)
The way React Native works is that you're using mostly Native components, instead of JS components. You communicate with them through JS code, but the user touches native components in the resulting app :)
Thanks Fabio! As for your first comment; it's on my roadmap, good to know you'd like that feature too! A graph is coming too, but I don't have historic data yet. Looking into it though.. :) Thanks for the feedback.
Thanks! And as Travis said, since you are coming from a front-end background, React Native will probably feel the most familiar to you. Heck, I'd even suggest React Native if you were coming from a Swift background. I like swift, but building in React is so much faster. Hot reloading is awesome and makes development/debugging really fast and easy.
I'd say have a look at the docs before anything else. They're pretty helpful: https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started.html
You'll have a basic app running in minutes :)
Hah good to hear I'm not alone ;)
Thanks for finding the typo, will fix it when I get home
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